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Fifth Edition Magazine

eGFI - Engineering, Go For It Fifth Edition Magazine
Price: $6.95


A comprehensive 58-page introduction to engineering.

PDF Sample Magazine (535KB)

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eGFI Future City Poster

NEW! Poster: eGFI Future City, 44" x 25"
Price: $5.95


A dazzling 44" x 25" poster with illustration of engineering innovations in a futuristic scene.

PDF Sample Poster (243KB)

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Introductory Kit

Introduce your family or class to engineering with one of each of our products: our magazine, cards, poster and kids' book. A free teacher guide included!
Price: $24.95


The eGFI introductory kit is a great way to introduce engineering to kids.

PDF Sample Kit (369KB)

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Teacher Kit

20 eGFI magazines
2 packs of cards
1 poster
PLUS: free 6-page teacher guide with fun classroom activities.
(value: $162.00!)
Price: $99.95


The eGFI teacher kit is a great way to introduce engineering to your students.

PDF Sample Kit (279KB)

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eGFI Cards

16 colorful cards explaining the engineering disciplines, including a teacher guide with ways to use the cards in the classroom.
Price: $9.95


The cards from our homepage have been brought to life and sized just right (4" x 5").

PDF Sample Cards (799KB)

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eGFI Kids' Book

“If I Were an Engineer” is a fun 40-page, rhyming book that introduces engineering to kids aged 5 to 8. Includes parent page with engineering disciplines explained.
Price: $7.95


6" x 6" full-color booklet introduces engineering to kids.

PDF Sample Book (348KB)

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Kids Kit

Kids Kit
1 Poster: eGFI Future City, 44" x 25"
1 pack of cards
1 eGFI Kids' Book
(value: $22.85)
Price: $19.95


The eGFI kids' kit is a great way to introduce engineering to young children.

PDF Sample Kit (415KB)

ASEE  is a non-profit organization; all proceeds go directly to furthering engineering education.

Additional Engineering Education Resources

Family Engineering: An Activity & Event Planning Guide - available in English and Spanish The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) has partnered with the Foundation for Family Science & Engineering and Michigan Technological University to create Family Engineering: An Activity & Event Planning Guide. Family Engineering was developed with support from the National Science Foundation and is intended to facilitate an early interest in engineering by engaging elementary age kids and adults in exploring the exciting world of engineering together.

Family Engineering: An Activity & Event Planning Guide - available in English and Spanish

This colorful book includes fun, hands-on activities to actively engage elementary age kids and adults in exploring the exciting world of engineering together. It also features extensive tools and event planning resources for hosting successful Family Engineering events.

The Family Engineering Guide is designed to be used by any individual or organization to plan and conduct successful community outreach events. Families can also do these activities together at home. Activities and event formats are accessible and inviting to diverse audiences, easy to implement with simple, inexpensive materials, and suitable for a variety of community settings.

Learn More about the book and view other Family Engineering products

What Educators
Are Saying:

“As a middle school teacher, this is the VERY BEST magazine and website I’ve seen on engineering. It is highly interesting, motivational, and creates student interest. I plan to use the magazine each class for a 5-minute warm-up activity when the students arrive. The articles are laid out such that we can do 2 pages a day.”
—Donald Todd, Teacher, Tabb Middle School, Yorktown, VA

I love this website and the magazine! I will be using ideas to foster an awareness of engineering careers within my Technology Education classes with my middle school students!”
—Susan M. Holland, PhD, NBCT, Presidential Distinguished Teacher, STEM Education

“I am the current state chair for the Florida Engineering Society K-12 Engineering Outreach Committee and we are very glad that Engineering Go For It exists. We have over a thousand of your magazines and we reference your website on all of our school visits. Please keep up the great work.”
—Michael J. Davis, PE, DBIA, Associate Vice President / PBS&J

“What a great magazine. Best thing I’ve seen in years. I’m looking forward to sharing the information with my middle school technology (STEM) students. Thank you!”
—John, teacher, Indiantown Middle School, Indiantown, FL

What Students
Are Saying:

“I’d just like to say that your website and your magazine really helped me out in figuring out, or getting a good idea of what I want to do after I graduate (high school). I’ve always really liked math and science, and I’ve wanted to be an engineer, but I never knew what type of engineer. So lately, I’ve been interested in biomedical, and you’ve helped me stick with it. Thank you =)”
—Flora, Boston

“I’m a Junior in high school, looking into engineering careers. This is a great website with some valuable information!
— Geena, Virginia

“I’m already planning on majoring in engineering, but this website provides good information if I have any questions. Also, the illustration and design of the website and magazine is fantastic! Thanks for making a great resource for potential engineers like me!”
—Deborah, Iowa

“I love your site. I am very interested in becoming an engineer; I have found your site to be very informative and helpful as I learn more about what I have to do in order to obtain my desired career.”
—Taylor, St. George, Utah

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